Medical Dictionary


noun \ˈäg-ər\

Medical Definition of AGAR

:  a gelatinous colloidal extractive of a red alga (as of the genera Gelidium, Gracilaria, and Eucheuma) used especially in culture media or as a gelling and stabilizing agent in foods
:  a culture medium containing agar
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